Pioneering a partnership through a joint appointment

MICHAEL BROUSSINE (Principal Training Officer (County of Avon)/Associate Lecturer (Bristol Polytechnic))

Industrial and Commercial Training

ISSN: 0019-7858

Publication date: 1 August 1977


I was appointed to the dual role of Principal Training Officer in the County of Avon's Department of Personnel Services and Associate Lecturer in the South West Regional Management Centre at Bristol Polytechnic in January 1975. I believe (and, what is more important, both these organisations also believe) that the concept of a training officer/lecturer joint appointment could be of great mutual benefit to both employers; this is particularly so at a time when most large concerns are wondering whether they are getting real value for money from training schemes, and this question is especially pertinent to management and supervisory training. It is with these areas which I am particularly involved in my day to day work.


BROUSSINE, M. (1977), "Pioneering a partnership through a joint appointment", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 9 No. 8, pp. 318-322.

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